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USPS® improving customer service with stamp series

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The United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced a new series of stamps, which are designed to improve the service that it offers to consumers.

According to the postal service, the stamps will make it easier for customers to identify how much postage is required for irregular-shaped envelopes.

Participating retailers will print their products with a silhouette image of a butterfly to make it easy for US citizens to understand what level of postage is required.

Stephen Kearney, senior vice president of customer relations at the organization, explained that the stamps were designed to improve customer service.

"This stamp was designed for the convenience of our customers," he confirmed.

"These stamps take the guesswork out of how much postage to put on the square greeting card envelopes that are so popular with consumers."

To receive the first-day-of-issue versions of the stamp, individuals will need to send off to their local post office, ensuring that they put their address data on a stamped envelope.

Meanwhile, other stamps currently in circulation include its social awareness stamps and its Flags of Our Nations series.

Posted by Rachel Wheeler